We are an Export/Import company with 20 years of history. We require funds for investment in Real Estate and running our business and offer high rate of return.
We are operating majorly in India, Hong Kong, China, and Dubai. I personally live in Hong Kong.
The current proposal is related to our family property in New Delhi, India. The current market rate of the property is 15 Million HKD and the area size is 2250 square feet. The problem is that the property is mortgaged with a bank in New Delhi for an outstanding of 8.4 Million HKD. The idea is to first pay the bank 8.4 Million HKD and get the property free from the bank mortgage and then offer it as a collateral security to the investor for the funding of total of 85% of the current market rate, i.e. approx. 12.7 Million in this case (8.4 Million to pay the bank + 4.3 Million HKD for operating business).
As we have an established business we can repay the following funding within an agreed time period along with the agreed rate of interest failure of which gives all the right to the investor to take over the possession of the said property to recover their funding.
We are well known and reputed within the Indian Market and we offer full cooperation along with all the authenticated documentation required to process the funding (such as business proof, balance sheets, property papers, one-time settlement letter from the bank, etc.) and transparency from our side to maintain the dignity of the deal.
If anyone is interested please contact us on Merar as soon as possible.
Our competitive advantage lies in the fact that we operate through one of the seven governmentally authorized Special Economic Zones (SEZ) in India, enjoying duty benefits, tax benefis and other exemptions on import and export goods. The duty benefits give us an edge to compete as we can control the Indian market by introducing new sourced products from China at lower rate or higher rate depending on the market condition.
We are looking for 8.4 Million HKD to clear off the mortgage + 4.3 Million HKD for operating expenses.